Russia national football team
ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA - MAY 04: Konstantin Zyryanov of FC Zenit St. Petersburg (L) and Mikhail Bakayev of FC Alania Vladikavkaz vie for the ball during the Russian Football League Championship match between FC Zenit St. Petersburg and FC Alania Vladikavkaz at the Petrovsky stadium on May 4, 2013 in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Beginning last summer in Russia for the Junior Club World Cup, and throughout this season, Taylor Cammarata just lit it up for the Waterloo Black Hawks ... There's a reason why he'll go down as one of the most popular and dynamic players - not just in Waterloo, but throughout the USHL. There's a very large heart in that compact body, and extraordinary skills. Congratulations to Taylor on well-deserved awards, as he moves on to what should continue to be a special hockey career.
I'm asking all to support the team. We have a big month ahead as we prepare for the World Cup Sevens in Russia
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